perishable products

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  • During the first looting, only perishable products such as oil were removed.
  • They are considered good examples of how modern rail transportation can compete successfully with trucking and other modes to carry perishable products.
  • Much of what was produced for the local population never reached its intended user, while many perishable products became unfit for consumption before reaching their consumers.
  • Too frequently transportation failed while perishable products were turning from possible profit to losses counted in tens of millions. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Too much stock means that some perishable products might not sell and would have to be thrown away and this would reduce a stock control system outweigh the disadvantages.
  • Revenue Management to this point had been utilized in the pricing of perishable products.
  • Eggs and all other perishable products, for the same reason, vary much in price, and are at times high-priced and hardly attainable. Cited from Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands, Charles Nordhoff
  • For example, modern refrigerators enable perishable products to be transported longer distances.
  • With stagnant local towns the markets for perishable products declined. Cited from The Masques of Ottawa, by Domino [AKA: Augustus Bridle]
  • Around 70% of the port's current traffic consists of iron and steel products and the rest of fertilizers, construction materials, timber and perishable products.
  • A "money back guarantee" policy (returns accepted for any reason) is available on most products, excluding underwear, pre-recorded media and perishable products.
  • Yield management is particularly suitable when selling perishable products, i.e. goods that become unsellable at a point in time (for example air tickets just after a flight takes off).
  • The weakness in the parcel-post delivery lies in the fact that perishable products -- such as dressed chickens -- cannot be handled in warm weather. Cited from How To Write Special Feature Articles, by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
  • This term is used in logistics and inventory management to describe a way of dealing with perishable products, or with a specified expiry date.
  • The cold-storage warehouse is the natural result of the necessities of our great agricultural interests in the preservation of perishable products so sensitive to the deteriorating effects of temperature. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
  • The principles involved in the storing of perishable products, as fruits and vegetables, differ with the different commodities. Cited from Manual of Gardening (Second Edition), L. H. Bailey
  • There seems to be a good deal of complaint about the care of the railroads, etc., with fruit and perishable products, but, on the other hand, a good deal of local produce is not put up in good shape. Cited from Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916, ed. by A. W. Latham
  • It should be remembered that canned foods, after opening the containers, should be treated as perishable products and should be handled with the same precautions that are applied when fresh products are being used. Cited from Every Step in Canning, by Grace Viall Gray
  • The processes of canning, packing, preserving and refrigerating have produced a similar effect, and have also provided a means for the disposal of surplus perishable products that otherwise would be lost. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
  • It is the shelf-life of perishable products like meat, fish, fruits and vegetables that will be prolonged with MAP since it slows the natural deterioration of the product.
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